We all want to know what the best wearable tech is, which is why we’ve created this list.
The best wearable gadgets are:
Alivecor KardiaMobile EKG Monitor
Emporio Armani Men’s Smartwatch
Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband
Garmin Vivofit Jr. Fitness/Activity Tracker
Apple Watch Series 3 GPS
Xiaomi Amazfit Bip Smartwatch by Huami with All-Day Heart Rate and Activity Tracking, Sleep Monitoring, GPS, Ultra-Long Battery Life, Bluetooth, US Service and Warranty (A1608 Black)
Samsung Gear VR w/Controller (2017) – Note8 Edition – US Version with Warranty
Sony PlayStation VR Launch Bundle
HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer
In continuation with the previous article, here are some of the best wearable smart gadgets that have been released this year:
1. Apple Watch Series 3 – One of the most popular smartwatches in the market, the Apple Watch Series 3 is a device that is worth your money. It comes in a GPS as well as a GPS+Cellular variant both of which run on watchOS 4. The former works with iPhones only and has an aluminum case, while the latter has a ceramic case and costs more. It is compatible with iPhone 5s or higher models running iOS 11 or later versions. As for features, it comes with activity tracking to monitor your daily workout routine and health-related statistics such as heart rate, calories burnt, etc. You can also use Siri to control your home devices via HomeKit or make payments through its digital wallet app.
2. Samsung Gear Sport – Another smartwatch on our list is the Samsung Gear Sport. A successor to the Gear S3 model launched last year, it comes in two colors – black and blue – and has been made water resistant up to 50 meters in depth for 10 minutes-long sessions only. A user can use it for tracking their health statistics like heart rate, calories burnt, steps taken etc., which can
Smart gadgets are the new must-haves for every tech enthusiast. There are hundreds of options available for fitness bands, smartwatches and other wearables, but only a few can be termed as the best ones. Here are the top 10 wearable devices of 2018 that you can buy to make your life better.
Fitbit Charge 2: This is one of the best fitness band in the market right now with advanced features like PurePulse heart rate monitor, Automatic Exercise Tracking, Cardio Fitness Level and SmartTrack automatic exercise recognition. It also comes with five days battery life so you do not have to worry about recharging it every now and then.
Misfit Ray: This fitness band is good looking and very light in weight so you will not even realize that it is there on your wrist. It has a vibration alert feature that lets you know when you receive calls or messages or when you have been sitting idle for too long.
According to the PwC Global Consumer Insights Survey, which was conducted in 21 countries, wearable tech will soon become popular among consumers. As per the survey, 64% of respondents will be interested in wearables as long as they are fashionable, around 67% are willing to use them for health and fitness purposes, and 39% prefer them for banking.
Since there are so many ways in which wearable tech can be useful to us, here is a list of top 10 gadgets that you can use in your everyday life. The best part? They look good too.
Samsung Gear S2 Classic
Apple Watch 2
Fitbit Charge 2
Vuzix M3000 Smart Glasses
GoPro Hero5 Black
Amazon Echo Dot
DJI Phantom 4
The next big thing in tech, as you’ve probably heard, is all about gadgets we can wear. From smartwatches to fitness trackers, they’re all the rage. This year will see some exciting new products, and we’re here to help you find the best of the best.
Here are our favorite wearable tech gadgets for 2018:
Fitness Tracker: Fitbit Flex 2
Smart Watch: Samsung Gear S2
Multi-use Fitness Tracker: Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Smartwatch
Smart Watch: Apple Watch Series 1
Band-Style Fitness Tracker: Misfit Flash
Smart Watch for Android: LG G Watch R
Smart Watch for Kids: Verizon GizmoWatch
Lightweight Fitness Tracker: Jawbone UP3
Multi-Functional Fitness Tracker: Garmin Forerunner 225
Band-Style Activity Tracker: Fitbit Alta
1. Apple Watch Series 3
This isn’t the first Apple Watch, but it might as well be. The Series 3 is a completely new animal and the first one that should actually be considered for everyday use, primarily thanks to its new LTE connectivity. The Series 3 also comes with features like heart rate tracking, water-resistance and an altimeter, making it perfect for pretty much any sports activity.
2. Motiv Ring
Fitness trackers have always been bulky, awkward contraptions that are usually strapped to your wrist, but not anymore! The Motiv Ring is a tiny fitness tracker that is worn on your finger instead of around your wrist. It can track sleep, steps and distance traveled and contains 24-hour battery life and smart features like text notifications and call alerts.
3. Alpha 2 Pro Robot
Do you recognize this guy? He’s Pepper the robot from Softbank Robotics who made his debut in 2015. A newer version of Pepper called Alpha 2 Pro has been recently unveiled and we were lucky enough to get our hands on one! The robot has been upgraded with even more advanced AI from Softbank Robotics’ humanoid robots to make him even smarter than before while still keeping his cute design language intact. We put him
The ability to monitor almost any aspect of our health, including weight, heart rate, blood pressure, and calories burned is a very important issue for many people. The good news is that the number of wearable devices is constantly growing, so the choice between them becomes even wider. There are different types of activity trackers: those that are worn on the wrist, those that are clipped to clothing, and those that can be attached to other objects. Some trackers have screens; others sync with your smartphone. Some trackers are waterproof while others are not.
Activity trackers are designed to monitor your physical activity throughout the day and motivate you to move more. Most activity trackers count steps taken and calories burned as well as estimate distance traveled and estimate how much time you spend in sedentary activities and light/moderate/vigorous levels of physical activity. Some of them also track sleep patterns and manage stress levels.
The most common type of fitness tracker is a wristband or watch-style device that monitors your heart rate and records various metrics like steps taken throughout a day or your sleeping patterns at night. They function as pedometers with added functionality such as calorie counting. Most fitness trackers can store data for up to seven days without having to synchronize with another device